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With GE’s new plastic, self-washing buildings, cheap diagnostic chips, and free-flowing honey jars are possible.
The surprising logic of MIT’s free online education program.
At leading tech companies, design is now much more than just figuring out how a new product will look, says influential author and designer John Maeda.
Beam Messenger shows friends what you type as you’re texting, even if you decide to delete it.
The seeds of destruction for both iOS and Android app stores have already been sown – by none other than Google.
A microscopic quest to find out what we’re really made of.
Two rock musicians find flaws—and hope—in a book that suggests how artists can earn a decent living even after free online access to music has ravaged the business.
Gaze estimation is a classic problem of machine vision, which can now be solved by one computer training another.
Social robots like Amazon’s Echo can play music and tell you the weather today, but their real promise is potentially decades away.